In his debut appearance in Yoshi's Island, Kamek foresees that the baby Mario brothers, that were born that night, would cause trouble for the Koopa family in the future. Getting hit by either Kamek's blasts or the Thwomps will result in the attack ending. This means that in most of his appearances, he wears a pair of round spectacles and a set of blue robes, complete with a blue wizard's hat. They are eventually defeated, turning Wiggler back to normal and forcing Paper Kamek to retreat. After the battle, the Papercraft Kamek is destroyed and the Kamek duo are forced to retreat. If the bolts land onto the sidescrolling blocks, it turns into a random enemy, a Super Mushroom, or coins. Mastadoom! Kamek's body is restored when Mario defeats the Scissors, and he regains use of his magic broom. He is unlocked by collecting 45 Star Coins in Challenge Mode. He serves as one of the secondary antagonists in the Mario franchise, alongside Bowser Jr., and is one of the two main villains of the Yoshi franchise, alongside Baby Bowser. Kamek was able to get to the emergency defense system, but he pressed the wrong button, shutting off the engines, and causing the castle to fall and destroy the spa's banquet hall. These he does without using his scepter, although he does utilize a crystal ball for precognition and divination. Kamek has served Bowser since his infancy, serving as his caretaker. Reason: Sections need trimming down, as they are too excessive in story detail. From Mario Party DS, it would seem that Kamek is academic, as the board that he owns is a library. As Mario tries to enter Peach's Castle after being lifted into space, Kamek appears. Shortly, after Mario's team confronts them and Kameks now remind the Juniors that they must now deal with Mario. Right before the second battle against a Koopaling in their Castle, he will use his magic to make the battle more difficult for the heroes, dropping magic dust over the room that makes something happen that is unique to each Koopaling. The second sticker is Kamek riding his broom, which can be used on any character to raise the damage done by indirect moves, such as throwing projectiles. Amazing: Oh, it can't get any better Once Baby Bowser is defeated by Yoshi, Kamek appears and uses his magic to increase Baby Bowser's size. Tonight, an epic battle between a boy and his babysitter! Prior to the development of Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island, singular Magikoopas had already been depicted in important roles as elite members of the Koopa Troop across various media, likely owing to their powerful abilities. It's no contest. Kamek and Paper Kamek then talk with their respective Bowser in private and with them come up with a plan to double-cross and trap their counterparts within the book holding the Paper Mario universe and destroy it. He will throw fire using his scepter and if it only hits one Bro. As Bowser's right-hand man and leader of the Magikoopas (possibly alongside Kammy Koopa) Kamek has immense (and perhaps unparalleled) magical powers, which he has demonstrated in several games. Kamek sports an apron while on Yoshi's Island. He also is shown to care for the other minions, as after retrieving the ingredients for the Skeletone Formula:D via the Ever Ice, he made Bowser Jr. swear to aid the minions that had been brainwashed by Fawful. At the end of Gloomy Woods, Wiggler encounters Paper Kamek and yells at him for being responsible in trashing his woods. He also appears as an Advanced-class Grab-type primary spirit with one support slot. Magikoopa also appears at Screwtop Tower to empower the boss of the tower, Boss Sumo Bro. He can appear in random battles (somewhat uncommonly), and curse the player with something that messes with their card collection, for example turning the faces of all the cards around, making all of the cards worn-out, taking all but six of the player's cards, or changing all of the player's cards. Kamek orders Morton and Lemmy to settle things once and for all, with the two Koopalings eagerly waiting to stomp Mario's team with the Papercraft King Boo. When interacting with Bowser and Bowser Jr., Kamek has unique dialogue such as when they land on a Bad Luck Space. Kamek also still duplicates into five, but instead attacks with his clones by having them all spawn three enemies one by one in a row that could either be a Spiny or a Goomba. Kamek also appears as one of the ? Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island was the first game to introduce Baby Bowser, as the main antagonist and final boss. He usually teams up with Baby Bowser and steals things from Yoshi. While leading Mario to search for a key in his quarters, Kamek suddenly vanishes. He also appeared in Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time, sending enemies after the Mario Bros., getting cookies for Baby Bowser, and fighting the Mario Bros. at one point. He then left to the other side of the peak after Kamek had given him some "evil" milk. The characters and environment are depicted as living yarn knits, a theme that continues throughout the game. In spite of the fact that the trajectory would have most likely flung him into the lava, Kamek again is not killed, as he is seen with Private Goomp, Sergeant Guy, Corporal Paraplonk, and Bowser, escaping from the island on the Koopa Clown Car after Dreamy Bowser is defeated by the Mario Bros. Kamek then admits defeat, giving Mario a fourth Card Slot. The Magikoopa's identity as Kamek is confirmed by the description, quoted below, on his official Super Mario Galaxy trading card, along with the Prima guide book. After three have been created by each, the enemies may be swapped between rows before they move towards Mario, Mario having to line up with the row with three Goombas to jump and bounce off each in order to avoid damage and possibly counter-attack if the real Kamek is in that row. Return to Roy's Sports Hall. In two instances, when Bowser was a baby, he attacked Kamek for waking him up from his sleep. Kamek reappears in Super Mario Party, where he is a host alongside Toad and Toadette. In battle, Kamek attacks enemies by using Magic, firing magic blasts at them in a hammer or jump formation, dealing 38 damage (57 if the Ally Tambourine is equipped), although he can sometimes hold out his broom instead of his wand, causing nothing to happen. In Super Princess Peach Wii, he captured Grandpa as bait to get Perry. After Kamek takes enough hits, he will fall off of his broom. At Bowser's Castle, Kamek and Paper Kamek line up the two Bowsers' army and makes them cheer to form an alliance. Mario must run in line with the Thwomps who pound the ground before he reaches them; going under the Thwomps who idle before Mario reaches them will result in them crushing Mario when he goes under them while the Thwomps who smashed the ground already idle. Larry? Although he does not physically appear in Super Mario Maker 2, it is strongly implied that Kamek is A Certain Mage in the game's story mode. More specifically, it is designed like a Magikoopa riding on his broom and is a bike for small characters. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... Kamek Kamek Like with the Toads of the Mushroom Kingdom, Koopa Troop minions are afflicted by the recent phenomenon known as the blorbs. Although other Magikoopas have been playable in the Mario Baseball games, this is the first game since Tetris Attack where Kamek himself is playable. When Bowser Jr. objects, Kamek makes the youth look around to make him realize that he has isolated himself through his selfishness and immaturity. When Yoshi and Baby Mario reach the entrance to Baby Bowser's Castle, Kamek tries to stop them from entering it by flying into them on his broom while Yoshi tries to fly across a large gap as the Helicopter. Kamek: His majesty is finishing his In Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Kamek appears as two stickers. With his words seemingly getting through to the youth, Bowser Jr. simply remarks of his current state of hunger. The Dry bones surround Mario from either side, and either charge Mario or throw bones at him. Due to this, Kamek can be considered Bowser's stepfather or his primary parental figure. After Bowser Jr. is restored to normal and Boss Sumo Bro is defeated, Kamek uses the intercom to rally the minions in the spa to fight alongside the party to retake Bowser's Castle from the Folded Soldiers. If a player lands on the nearby Green Space, he switches that character's candy with someone else's. If he creates a blue circle, the real one of the four will be the southern circle. He is also shown to be very concerned when the Koopalings begin slowly dwindling in numbers. These are the Crazy Kamek, which summons him to switch the user's space with another randomly-chosen player, and the Chaos Kamek, which switches everyone's spaces like the Bowser Shuffle event from Mario Party 3. He is next seen kidnapping Peach off of the Airship and taking her to Bowser's Castle. Realizing to his embarrassment that he got distracted, Kamek summons Private Goomp, Sergeant Guy, and Corporal Paraplonk to take care of the Bros. After the Elite Trio's defeat, Kamek reappears and demotes them to janitorial duty, telling them to scrub the castle floors and sending them back to Neo Bowser Castle in the Real World, Kamek following soon afterwards after informing Mario and Dreamy Luigi that Peach has already been kidnapped. Even though he is defeated in the Sacred Forest, he can still appear rarely in random battles after his defeat.. This is evident in A Certain Mage's course descriptions having "Kee hee hee!" Mastadoom: Fair enough, but first let's Ever since these events occurred, the Yoshis have had a bad relationship with the Magikoopas, seeing as their chemistry is bad in Mario Super Sluggers, and one kept Yoshi captive in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Before he finds Baby Bowser, Kamek notices the Mario Brothers and recognizes the babies as those he had once tried to kidnap, referencing Yoshi's Island. Kamek: I shall not lose to a mere child. Magikoopa makes his appearance as a boss in Slide Lift Tower, where he uses magic blocks which contains enemies to crush the players and shoot magic blasts that turn the blocks of the floor into Donut Blocks upon contact. To defeat him, the player must collect missiles from bubbles and shoot them at him. He also admits that, despite his faithful service to Bowser and his son, he does have a few regrets. You think I just wanted to wear this? Kamek later appears at Dimble Wood after Bowser Jr., along with Morton and Iggy, obtains a piece of the Giga-carrot needed for the Skeletone Formula:D. Having been separated from Bowser, after the latter had eaten a Vacuum Shroom given to him by an odd stranger, Kamek halts his search for Bowser and opts to join Bowser Jr. after discovering the youth had driven away a majority of the Koopalings who had accompanied him at the start of his journey. Wickedness, replacing Sanatos from Panel de Pon. Several Yoshis start pulling and tackling the Sundream Stone, resulting in Baby Bowser, Kamek, the Yoshis, the Sundream Stone's gems and the Sundream Stone itself being scattered around the island. What happens next depends on the mode played. This (along with Poochy suddenly popping up from the moon to bark) causes Kamek to accidentally drop his young master, prompting him to fly down and rescue him. After Kamek is defeated in the third battle, he remains on the floor until Mario and Luigi leave the area. If Kamek is about the same rank as Kammy Koopa, a fellow main Magikoopa, it is likely that he will be ranked slightly below Bowser and take orders only from the Royal Family themselves. In New Super Mario Bros. Wii and Mario & Luigi: Dream Team, Kamek is also shown to be able to mimic Princess Peach's voice when disguised as her. In addition, in Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story + Bowser Jr.'s Journey, Kamek aided the Koopalings alongside Bowser Jr. in trying to find a cure for the blorbs. effects in London Party, where he will remove some stickers from the player's current sheet when triggered. He says that he has taken a shine to Peach's dress since the last time he wore it, and that it is so much better than his drab blue robes. Occasionally they will shuffle amongst each other to confuse Mario - the real Kamek can be identified as the one that snickers to himself after the shuffle. Kamek appears as the penultimate boss in the hard difficulty setting, after encountering Hookbill The Koopa and Naval Piranha on Mt. He adopted Bowser and as a young child and brought him up. An unused Kamek emblem is present in Mario Kart 8, suggesting that at one point he was planned to be a playable character before being scrapped once again. Kamek also reminds them that they have to deal with two armies of Bowser and that its a long way to Bowser's Castle. Baby Bowser first appeared in the 1995 SNES game Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island where he is the final boss fought in the game. Mario & co. battle Wiggler and Paper Kamek. Kamek: Oh no! When speaking to Mario and Yoshi, Kamek usually puts on a sarcastic, falsely polite demeanor. Kamek first appears in Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island and its remake Yoshi's Island: Super Mario Advance 3 as one of the main antagonists in the game. Furthermore, in the Japanese version, Kamek uses the feminine pronoun 「あたし」 atashi to refer to himself, and in the Japanese version of Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time Kamek is referred to as「ばあさん」bāsan or "old woman" by Kylie Koopa, though it is unclear if this is meant to be an insult, an ignorant comment or an actual indication of Kamek's gender in that game. Kamek is featured as a recurring villain in the Mario comics in the German edition of Club Nintendo, the German equivalent to Nintendo Power, first appearing in the story "Mario in Mariozilla", in which he tries to shrink Mario. After the Papercraft Bowser is destroyed, the two Bowsers order the Kamek duo to regroup the Koopalings. He then left to the other side of the peak after Kamek had given him some "evil" milk. Larry: Really, do you need it? As in past titles, Kamek appears at the end of each of the worlds' forts and castles to make a comment and then use his magic to empower the bosses to battle Yoshi. Before Kamek is fought the second time (in Area B), he attempts to trick Mario and Dreamy Luigi by disguising himself as Peach again, but the brothers don't fall for it. It is hinted that Kamek likes to act feminine. 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Kamek then flies off to look for Bowser, and reappears during the battle with Giant Bowser, commanding the squad of Magikoopas with him and leading the magical energy ball attack. Mario and Luigi are mostly on negative terms with Kamek, as both adults and babies. In the third battle, Kamek keeps his magical shape attack, but instead of cloning into five, he clones into four and colors his three clones green, red and white, each one with different abilities and stats. In addition, he is also revealed to have been directly responsible for the Drybake Stadium's disappearance. Then, after two turns, he will get back on his broom. The Bros. must fire Paper Mario at Paper Kamek's copies, then hit Kamek enough times, causing him to get hit by the fireball. Typically, however, his response to setbacks is a more subdued "Oh dear". In Super Mario Party, Kamek treats the Mario Bros., as well as all of their other friends with politeness and a friendly attitude, but also has no regrets making them spin a Bad Luck Space's roulette wheel; additionally, Kamek is shown to challenge their intellect. In the first phase of the fight, Baby Bowser mistakes Yoshi for a "green donkey" and wants to ride him. He also has his own theme when he appears. In addition to sarcasm, he also has the tendency to be quite condescending, often taunting the Yoshis with pet names such as "baby" and "cutie" in Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island, Yoshi's New Island, and Yoshi's Woolly World. In order to avoid the blasts Kamek fires, Mario must jump over them with good timing or move to the left if Kamek is flying on the right and vice versa. Baby Bowser, also known as Prince Bowser, Bowsie or Baby Koopa, is one of the two main villains in the Yoshi franchise, alongside Kamek.He was designed to be the infant self of Bowser.Although not related to him, Kamek is mainly responsible for his child rearing. Yeow! I like to view Toadsworth as Peach's Kamek and parental figure and I like to view Kamek as Bowser's Toadsworth and parental figure. Kamek is an old and powerful Koopa, ranked highly in the Koopa Troop. Exasperated with Bowser Jr.'s arrogance, Kamek lectures him on the importance of respecting one's minions as they would respect their master, a lesson his father knows. He is also shown at times to be sarcastic, such as in Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam, where he sarcastically goes along with a Papercraft Yoshi due to thinking it is a hallucination until his paper counterpart tells him he is indeed seeing a Papercraft Yoshi, and also in Bowser Jr.'s Journey, he "gladly" accepted Bowser Jr.'s ignoring the Ever Ice despite Kamek spending 36 hours trying to find it. Kamek appears in the Nintendo 3DS game, Yoshi's New Island as the main antagonist alongside Baby Bowser. Another attack involves either Kamek traveling through different portals that the other creates, and each targeted Bro. Mario must remember which Kamek moved upwards last as that would be the real one, jump over the magical blasts and then line himself up with that Kamek to jump over or on to him to avoid taking damage. When Mario peels Kamek off, the Paper Mistake Buzzy Beetle loses its magic power. Though I hate to delay it, we must now go to Larry for his analysis. and crush you into dust! in the Japanese version, which refers to recognizing the adult Mario for the first time since the events of Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island. In Japanese, Magikoopa refers to himself with feminine pronouns, and has a feminine style of speaking. It seems that all Yoshis are named Yoshi. Shh! Examples of this include Wizenheimer from the Super Mario World cartoon, the Magikoopa boss in Yoshi's Safari, a Magikoopa hypnotist from Nintendo Power's Super Mario Adventures comic, and a Magikoopa from the third volume of Super Mario-Kun. During the very beginning of the game, Kamek and Baby Bowser are seen flying towards the Sundream Stone, and Kamek casts a spell to carry it off. Kamek reappears as the secondary antagonist and recurring boss in Mario & Luigi: Dream Team. Kamek reappears in Yoshi's Woolly World and Poochy & Yoshi's Woolly World as the main antagonist once again. or less, Kamek himself will catch on fire (though this does not damage him) and charge towards the brother that the fire was intended for which can be stopped by hitting him with a Hammer. Finally, Magikoopa makes one last appearance at the end of the first Bowser fight in The Final Battle, where he is unconscious and being held by Bowser Jr., who wakes him up and convinces him to turn Bowser into Super Bowser to fight off the Mario Bros. Magikoopa is not seen anywhere in the ending. Remove this only when the image(s) have been uploaded for this section. In World 3, he splits Wiggler's body into pieces and scatters them across the forest. He was designed to be the infant form of Bowser. With his clones when they're all on brooms, Kamek can attack by lining up with them, all five moving up for a split second on the spot for a brief moment, having them all prepare a magical blast which starting from the southmost Kamek, will fire straight forward in a downwards arc. and now I won, and I'm glad that Lemmy appreciated my work, and-. He plans to enter the Dream World under her guise to sneak enemies in there. The trio must jump over the beam each time it passes under them, as well as jump in sequence when the Kameks move the magic beam in a circular motion. In his absence, however, Bowser Jr. slowly comes to realize his own shortcomings and the importance of having allies. Olivia nearly unfolds while relaxing in one spring, and Kamek refolds her. In Mario Party DS, Kamek is the one who acts out the first stage of Bowser's plan, by delivering the invitations to dinner at Bowser's Castle to Mario and his friends. Kamek attacks the player by shooting magic from his wand and summoning walls of books. Kamek travels back in time with the adult self of Bowser in search of the star children, seven babies whose hearts possess unimaginable power. Washing up on Plack Beach, Kamek and Bowser Jr. reunite with the latter already preparing to set out for his "rematch". End transmission. These were the only known times Bowser has ever attacked Kamek and once he grew into an adult, Bowser has respected Kamek since then, not attacking Kamek (although he does once accidentally knock the latter away after he is turned giant.). If any Kamek is defeated, their ring will not appear in this attack and will thus be skipped. Baby Bowser then fled to the peak of Yoshi's Island with his caretaker, Kamek, where he ordered Kamek to steal the Yoshi Cookies from the Yoshis. Very impressive. Likewise, the Magikoopa nursing Bowser back to health in the ending is also implied to be him. Since this includes the baby characters, it may be a reference to Kamek's frequent kidnapping of the babies in the Yoshi series, which he does on his broom. The evidence of this is in Mario and Luigi: Dream Team where Kamek created an army of Dry Bones surrounding Mario, creates different colored clones of himself with unique properties, and being able to fire a gigantic magic blast with other Magikoopas at a Giant Dreamy Luigi during the battle against Giant Bowser, despite being fatigued from previous battles with Mario and Dreamy Luigi. Kamek displays powers commonly associated with Magikoopas, including teleportation, creating beings from inanimate objects, pyrokinesis, firing magical blasts from his scepter, summoning enemies and the ability to create multiple copies of himself. He plays as a reserve for Mushroom Kingdom FC in the Fantendo Football League. Shortly after a Papercraft battle begins between Mario's team and the Bowser Jr. duo. In battle, Kamek will create a magic beam with his paper counterpart. Here he owns a board known as Kamek's Carpet Ride, which allows the players to move forward or back. Outside of this, he appears in the Mondo Woods, which he had made huge with his magic, and did something similar with the Sacred Forest, except he made it small instead. Hocus pocus! The Kameks later, on Bowser's orders, activate the castle's thrusters to make it airborne. The Kameks advise the Bowser Jr.s to leave the area and go back to Bowser's Castle, informing them that Mario is close to reaching them, but the Juniors decide to stay around to play with their new papercraft. I pocus at you at second time? He attacks Mario with his magic, sending him, Luma and other debris flying off into space. He attacks by shooting Bullet Bills, Banzai Bills, and Big Amps. If players can find Kamek's location, he challenges them to a mini-game, the winner of that mini-game becoming the Game Master. If players defeat Kamek he explains that he has left Bowser's forces due to Bowser simply taking the title of Game King instead of earning it. However, Mario, Luigi, Baby Mario, and Baby Luigi quickly discover their hiding place. He shows a hint of annoyance when Olivia refers to him as a groundskeeper on multiple occasions, but calmly dismisses these instances. (tagged on 17:44, October 14, 2020 (EDT)). When the Mario Bros. caught up to Baby Bowser at the peak, he scarfed down all the Yoshi Cookies, but started choking. got in five more blasts because Baby Bowser can't actually breathe fire. Kamek's role as a parental figure was a primary source of comic relief whenever the Magikoopa appeared; he would often have to perform duties similar to those of a normal parent, but twisted to fit with Bowser's need for evil (for instance, he once had to get Baby Bowser 'evil milk' from 'an evil cow'). Hocus pocus! Despite this, Kamek is revealed to have survived as shown in the end parade, where he introduces the Koopa Troop. Kamek makes his official debut in the Paper Mario series in Paper Mario: Sticker Star, behaving similarly to Kammy Koopa in past Paper Mario games. In Super Mario Party, Kamek is shown to be quite knowledgeable, since he gives articulate advice to the player about modes such as Partner Party. Kamek's reaction to meeting Mario in Paper Mario: Sticker Star when introduced implies that he never met him before the events of the game. In some scenarios, the Stork will get Baby Luigi back, and in others, Yoshi must "battle" Kamek's Toadies to get Baby Luigi back. Woah! Small missiles are worth 2 points, while big missiles are worth 5 points. He was added to the game around December 2019 along with Dr. Baby Rosalina. In another reference to Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island, Magikoopa turns Bowser giant with his magic, but before the final battle commences, the enlarged Koopa King accidentally knocks Magikoopa off his broom. On his own, Kamek can chase Mario on his broom into the background, where rows of three Thwomps appear and Kamek attempts to blast Mario with a wave of magic. They later hand Toadette to a Fly Guy and regroup with the Bowsers. He hasn't been a playable character yet. He makes a magic treasure box that has an infinite amount of coins appear for the player, and will fully heal them when spoken to. During the Event, Kamek follows the cart, and in one segment summons flaming haybales as obstacles, and later uses magic to drop stalactites from the roof of the cave, before getting hit by one himself and then stops following the players. The main cause of this is that their ideals conflict; Kamek wants to ensure the success of the Koopa Troop by preventing the Mario Bros. from becoming heroes, and the Yoshis want to make sure that they are born simply because they are kind and want the best for them. The Dry Bones can be crumbled, although they will resurrect in a few turns if they do crumble. Bowser had instructed him to capture Perry eleven years ago, but he failed and was defeated in Super Princess Peach. Corner, the master of offensive geometry, the head Magikoopa, Kamek! Baby Bowser is the infant version of Bowser.He is one of the two main antagonists in the Yoshi series, the other being his caretaker Kamek the Magikoopa.. History. Kamek joins Mario, Bowser, and the rest of the Koopa Troop on the airship bound for Peach's Castle, in which he flies alongside the airship and participates in the battle against the Paper Plane Squadron. In every battle, Kamek sits on his broom, making him immune to any ground and low-altitude attacks. In a last ditch attempt to stop the Mario Bros., Kamek fights them directly. Baby Bowser then fled to the peak of Yoshi's Island with his caretaker, Kamek, where he ordered Kamek to steal the Yoshi Cookies from the Yoshis. Kamek returns on the Mushroom Kingdom U stage in Super Smash Bros. And then adult Bowser ruins the whole thing. This Kamek's palette seems to be based off of that of the original Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island, while the Kamek from the future looks just like he did in Yoshi Touch & Go. If Kamek is in the middle, Mario must jump to avoid the blasts as they cover the whole running area. After the player beats the challenge, Kamek disappears off the boat and leaves behind the Shell Racket. Kamek (referred to as Magikoopa on occasion) is an old, yet powerful Magikoopa and apparent advisor to Bowser (or at least a high-ranking member in the Koopa Troop), and the arch-enemy of Yoshi. Kamek (referred to as Magikoopa on occasion) is an old yet powerful Magikoopa, adviser to Bowser and a high-ranking member in the Koopa Troop. After meeting Seadric the Seadring, a dream genie, and using Dream Eggs retrieved from his siblings (Seabelle, Seatoon and Seabury) to expand the Dream World, Mario and Luigi go in to investigate and make sure the path ahead is safe. Having gathered the necessary ingredients for the Skeletone Formula:D, Kamek reveals an affiliation with Broque Madame, directing the group to her abode in Blubble Lake to have her prepare the concoction. He then uses one of two spells: Kamek Spell No. He also makes an appearance on Shy Guy's Perplex Express. As the group scours Cavi Cape for the Omega-onion, Bowser Jr. drives Iggy away, leaving only Kamek and Morton as his only travel companions willing to put up with his attitude. Kamek: Hocus pocus! Despite being very old, he shows no physical signs of his age, looking very similar in the present as he did in the past. Kamek appears in the Wii version of Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games, where he appears in Dream Equestrian, where he spots the characters attempting to deliver the Yoshi Eggs to Toad and tries to hinder them. He finds the Book of Sealing and opens it up, causing a swarm of Boos to come out and haunt the mansion. He repeats this three times, except the third time, Kamek does not get time to mix up the doorways, and thus just flees into the Dream World without doing so. New Super Mario Bros. U summoned five spells, the Kameks and importance. Sonic at the beginning of the peak, he splits Wiggler 's body restored... 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